The elastic analysis of simple rectangular grids by virtual work methods

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The elastic analysis of simple rectangular grids by virtual work methods

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The elastic analysis of simple rectangular grids by virtual work methods
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Martin, J B

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A simple technique for writing the elastic equations for rectangular grids, based on the equation of virtual work, is presented. J.B. Martin

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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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